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Spy Shots: Mazda prepping smaller CX-5 crossover?

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Spy Shots: Mazda prepping smaller CX-5 crossover?

by Steven J. Ewing (RSS feed) on Dec 9th 2010 at 11:28AM

Mazda has, on more than one occasion, discussed its plans to expand its model range in the next couple of years, including the addition of a small crossover in the near term. According to an earlier report from Autocar, Mazda had said that its "new small SUV" would debut sometime in 2011, with the first sales taking place before we turn the calendar over to 2012. Now, we have our first glimpse at what appears to be a mule for Mazda's new small crossover, a model we'll call CX-5.

This mule may be a chopped and cropped version of the larger CX-7, but the new CX-5 is understood to be based on the smaller Mazda3 platform. Expect power to come from Mazda's new line of Sky G and Sky D engines and transmissions, tailored for the specific demands of customers in different world markets. The CX-5 will likely be produced in Japan, and we wouldn't be shocked to learn that it's coming to the United States and Europe, as well. See it for yourself in the high-res gallery of spy shots below.



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